Technology is one of the most powerful tools available to modern medicine. One advanced medical technology is Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy, also known as PEMF or PEMFT. By manipulating electromagnetic fields, PEMF may provide relief for a variety of conditions.
What is Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF)?
Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy is often falsely referred to as “magnet therapy” or “therapeutic magnets”. In essence, PEMF utilizes electromagnetic wavelengths to repair your body’s functions. Many PEMF devices are FDA approved.
PEMF is most often utilized in orthopedic medicine. Magnetic field therapy has been used to treat:
Soft tissue injuries
How Does Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy (PEMF) Work?
PEMF, as the name implies, utilizes pulsating electromagnetic fields. Pulsed electromagnetic field therapy is non-invasive and non-surgical. There PEMF procedure causes virtually no pain and take just a short amount of time.
During the procedure:
A small device, typically with paddles, is attached to the target area
Small bursts of electromagnetic energy are emitted
These pulses of electromagnetic energy help to reset the electromagnetic fields (EMFs) that reside within your cells.
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